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JAXenter Editorial Team

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Watch David Delabassée's JAX London session

JVMs in Containers, Towards a Perfect Symbiosis!

Container technologies such as Docker have rapidly become the de-facto way to deploy applications. In addition, emerging platforms, projects and tools (Knative, OpenFaaS, Fn Project, JIB, and more) either simplify or fully abstract building container images, which in turn makes leveraging containers with Java natural.

Watch Jonas Schweizer's API Conference session

Integrating Serverless Framework, API Gateway and Message Queue to handle WebHooks

In this session from the API Conference, you will learn about the benefits of serverless for startups and why Laserhub sees a lot of potential by adopting Serverless Framework in early use cases. By limiting the scope of serverless, we balanced risk and value add, but entered a new world for development and DevOps within two weeks.

Interview with Michael Vitz

Java 14 – “NullPointerExceptions are a significant improvement”

Java 14 was released last week, so we spoke to Michael Vitz about the latest features. Read the interview to find out why he thinks JEP 358 is a significant improvement—but does not bring Java closer to Kotlin. He also shared his thoughts on the shorter release cycle and named a feature he would like to see in Java 15.

Watch Stefan Priebsch's International PHP Conference session

Migrating to PHP 7

Are you still using PHP 5? If so, this talk is for you. Join Stefan Priebsch, co-founder and Principal Consultant of The PHP Consulting Company, and learn all about how to complete a successful migration to the latest version of PHP. Find out what the new features are and how to convince others to make the migration.

Watch Nick Van Hoof's Serverless Architecture Conference session

Monitoring Serverless Applications on AWS

Serverless is fun and easy. But what about monitoring? Is there a monitoring monster lurking around the corner? There are tons of options to tackle the monster, but what features does AWS offer? And more importantly, how can you best use them to make sure you aren’t called out of bed at night?

From the JAXenter Editorial Team

Alternative tips to live your best life while working from home during a pandemic

You might have found yourself working from home for the first time ever with no idea of when, or even if, life will return to normal. But the honeymoon is over. Your flatmate(s), family, pet(s) – basically everyone and everything around you – are starting to get on your nerves and you still have a deadline to meet. You feel anxious because everywhere you turn you see mounting coronavirus numbers and hot takes about what to do. Thankfully, here at JAXenter, we’ve come up with some pro tips to help you live your best life in the face of all these challenges.

Watch Maximiliane Zirm's DevOpsCon session

How practical is “DevSecOps” really? – A field report

DevSecOps isn’t always about success. Senior IT Security Consultant at mgm security partners, Maximiliane Zirm shares the successes, mistakes, and lessons learned in the area of DevSecOps during a large project What’s the verdict: Just how practical is DevSecOps? Find out in this field report from DevOpsCon.

Watch Dr. Yonit Hoffman's Machine Learning Conference session

Data to the Rescue! Predicting and Preventing Accidents at Sea

Accidents at sea happen all the time. Their costs – in terms of lives, money and environmental destruction – are huge. Wouldn’t it be great if they could be predicted and perhaps prevented? Dr. Yonit Hoffman’s Machine Learning Conference session discusses new ways of preventing sea accidents with the power of data science.

Watch Oliver Drotbohm's API Conference session

REST beyond the Obvious – API Design for ever-evolving Systems

Most APIs built today are considered REST APIs these days, when in fact they merely exchange data via HTTP and JSON. At the same time, systems almost never act autonomously but rather live alongside others. In that context, being able to evolve an API becomes a crucial aspect in its design and the only knee-jerk, but often problematic reaction usually is: versioning.